Kim Booth MP
Member for Bass
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Premier Caught Out Misleading the Public Over Geelong Star Position
“Will Hodgman has been caught out deliberately misleading the public over where he stands on the Geelong Star super trawler,” Mr Booth said.
Hodgman Liberals Backflip on Super Trawler Position
“What a gobsmacking sight, to see Jeremy Rockliff virtually roll out the welcome mat for the Geelong Star,” Greens Leader and Primary Industries spokesperson Kim Booth MP said today.
Harriss Refuses to Rule Out Federal Money for Forestry Tasmania
“When asked to rule out any discussions with the Commonwealth seeking further financial assistance to bail out this GBE, the Minister failed to respond,” Mr Booth said.
Close Tasmanian Ports to Geelong Star
Greens Call for Supertrawler Vote
Minister Plays Games Over Secretive Forestry Tasmania Review
“There is no excuse for this ongoing secrecy now the government has been forced to admit they have the Forestry Tasmania Review, and have had it for some time now,” Mr Booth said.
Where is Forestry Tasmania Review?
“Minister Harriss’ much vaunted internal review into Forestry Tasmania is almost a month overdue with no clear indication when it is expected to be finalised or publicly released,” Greens Leader and Forests spokesperson Kim Booth MP said today.
Say Yes to Local Fisheries & No to Factory Freezer Super Trawlers
“Rallies against the factory freezer mega trawler, the Geelong Star, are occurring around the nation outraged at the re-emergence of the threat to our small pelagic fishery,” Mr Booth said, who attended the local rally at Lions Park in Perth in the State's north.
Rhetoric Outperforms Substance in Treasurers 2015-16 Outlook Speech
“An economist would describe the Treasurer’s 2015-16 Budget Outlook speech as a large projection of political rhetoric, and a worrying reduction in substance,” Mr Booth said.
Open Door Policy for All Fish Farm Stakeholders Needed – Not Just Some
“Despite repeated requests to meet with the Minister over the impacts of salmon farming on his business, local operator, Mr Warwick Hastwell, of Dover Day Mussels has not been successful,” Mr Booth said.